Category: <span>EBNet Events</span>

Webinar: Professor Bruce Logan, Penn State College of Engineering, 22 Apr 24, 14:00-15:00 hrs

Registration closed. A recording may be posted here later, with speaker permission. The EBNet Working Group on Bioelectrochemical Development for Environmental Technology is pleased to announce a talk by Prof Bruce Logan, Penn State College of Engineering on 22 April 2024 at 2-3 pm UK time, 22 Apr 24. If you …

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for Practitioners and the Industrial Community, 30 April 2024, 10:00-16:00 hrs, Chilworth Science Park

GWP standards, carbon offsetting schemes, carbon footprint calculator and offsetting methodologies and techno-economic analysis (TEA) Registration closed. This workshop aims to explore with stakeholders the policy landscape for the EBNet community, especially the drivers and incentives for carbon offsetting technologies. How do we define such technologies? What is the methodological …

The 6th Annual EBNet Early Career Researcher Conference (ECR24) – 24-26 July 2024.

Are you a PhD student? Post-Doc/RA? New Lecturer or Young Professional? Registration is now closed for this FREE event, but for late enquiries email EBNet@EBNet.ac.uk. The detailed Agenda is HERE. The up-to-date Joining Instructions can be found HERE (14/06/24). ECR24 Outline Agenda:WEDNESDAY 24th July: THURSDAY 25th July: FRIDAY 26th July: …

Biochar in Environmental Biotechnology: Webinar, 12 Feb 24, 10:00-11:00 am (GMT)

View Meredith’s working group introduction here. Download Professor Coulon’s presentation here and Distinguished Professor Ball’s presentation here. Full video coming soon. The webinar, hosted by Dr Meredith Barr from the EB Network Biochar Working Group, features Professor Andy Ball , Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and Professor Fred Coulon, Cranfield …

AD Modelling Demystified: Essential Fundamentals and Hands-on Applications

Thursday, 8th February at 12:00 – 2:00 pm UK Time. View the recording here. In this webinar, we will describe the modelling fundamentals and highlight the benefits associated with its practice. We will break down the two main approaches to modelling anaerobic digestion, mechanistic and data-driven alternatives, along with their …

EBNet Webinar: Unlocking AI and Machine Learning’s Potential for Environmental Biotechnology

13:30-15:00, Wednesday, 21 February 2024, online, register here NOTE: If the registration link is full, email us using this link and we will send you registration details and pop you on the attendee list. The webinar, led by Dr Oliver Fisher and Professor Rachel Gomes from the University of Nottingham, …

Organic Solid Waste Bio-treatment in China and UK: Research and Practice

Webinar, 18 Dec 23, 10-11:00 a.m. Chaired by Dr Jane Gilbert, Carbon Clarity. Registration is now closed; recording available upon request. Jenny Grant is is Head of Organics and Natural Capital for the REA (the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology). Jenny has been involved with the organics recycling …

Bio-recovery of Technology-Relevant Metals: a joint E3B and EBNet Event

12-14 December 2023, Kimpton Clocktower Hotel and Maldron Hotel, Manchester This event brings together scientists and industry working on industrial biotechnology and bioenergy aspects of metals in biology. View the conference information and packed international programme here and register here.

The Road from Academia to Industry: In Conversation with Environmental Biotechnologists Career Talk #2

21 Nov 23, 14:00-15:15. Registration is now closed. Event flyer is here. The Environmental Biotechnology Network’s Early Career Researcher Working Group would like to invite you to the second of their short webinars which explores the careers of speakers who have moved from academia to industry roles. The theme for …

Bioelectrochemistry for Environmental Systems Workshop – 23/24th November 2023

Brought to you by the Bioelectrochemical Development for Environmental Technology Working Group, this 2-day workshop features hands-on lab learning and will be held at Newcastle University. This is a must for anyone working, or thinking of working, with bioelectrochemical systems. There is a small fee A workshop of knowledge and …

Blended Event: Nanobiotechnology Enabled Sensing of Current and Emerging Pandemic Threats

21 September 2023, 11.30-12.30: Cranfield University (Stafford Cripps SC2) and on Teams. This event is brought to you by the EBNet Working Group on Environmental Sensors and Wastewater Surveillance. Join Professor Peter J. Vikesland, Virginia Tech, USA for a fascinating exploration of Nanobiotechnology Enabled Sensing. Dr. Vikesland is the Nick …

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for the EBNet Industrial AD Community-Goal and Scope Definition

30 October 2023, 9:30 – 16:00, Oak Suite 1-2, University of Surrey (see map)**, registration here, agenda here This in-person workshop aims to establish the Goal and Scope Definition of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) following the ISO14040-44 principles for the UK anaerobic digestion systems. Key players in the field will …

BBNet, HVB, EBNet and Supergen Bioenergy Hub ECR Workshop: Realising the potential of your ideas through partnership and funding

10-11 October 2023, Sheffield The Edge, University of Sheffield, The Endcliffe Village, 34 Endcliffe Crescent, Sheffield S10 3ED This free in-person interactive workshop is for early career researchers* (ECR) who want to learn more about winning funding – from research proposals to investment pitches. Through a series of talks, facilitated …

In Conversation with Environmental Biotechnologists Career Talk #1: Journeys of Academic Pursuits, 14 Aug 23, 13:00-14:15

Registration now closed. Recording will be posted here soon. We invite you to be a part of the inaugural event of our EBNet Early Career Researcher Working Group, https://ebnet.ac.uk/about/wg-details/ebnet-wg-ecr/. We are excited to kick-off our activities through our online launch and career talk series ‘In Conversation with Environmental Biotechnologists’ on …

EBNet Webinar: Bioelectrochemical Systems – from fundamentals in robotics to real world applications

Webinar: Thursday 20 July 2023, 10.00-11.00 (BST). Registration is now closed. The webinar video can be found here. Invited Speaker: Title: Bioelectrochemical Systems – from fundamentals in robotics to real world applications Professor Yannis Ieropoulos is Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Southampton. Yannis has a background in electrical …